Marsha Blackburn Blasts Vindman, Ridicules Schiff for Calling Him a “Patriot”

Republican Senator blasted Lt. Col Alexander Vindman in a series of tweets and also ridiculed House Intel Chair Adam Schiff for calling Vindman an “American Patriot.”

Blackburn tweeted:

Adam Schiff is hailing Alexander Vindman as an American patriot.

How patriotic is it to badmouth and ridicule our great nation in front of Russia, America’s greatest enemy?

Alexander Vindman broke the chain of command and leaked the contents of the President’s July 25th phone call to his pal, the “whistleblower.” Over a policy dispute with the President!

How is that not vindictive?

It makes sense that Alexander Vindman leaked the July 25th phone call to his friend (aka the “whistleblower”).

They both have lots in common:

—Held the same NSC job

—Liberals who worked under Obama

—Wanted to take out Trump

Vindman’s commanding officer, Army Lt. Col. Jim Hickman: “Do not let the uniform fool you. He is a political activist in uniform.”

A CNN Panel was outraged by Marsha Blackburn attacking Vindman.


Navy SEAL Robert O’Neill who is credited for killing Osama Bin Laden responded to a tweet from Donald Trump Jr. about Vindman in November of last year.

Anyone listening to Vindman stammer through this seemingly trying to remember the Catch Phrases he was well coached on should get that. He’s a low level partisan bureaucrat and nothing more.

Former MMA Star and decorated veteran Tim Kennedy was also not impressed by Lt. Colonel Vindman’s testimony last November.

Kennedy referred to the moment when Vindman asked Rep. Nunes to call him by his title Lt. Colonel.

Kennedy wrote:

Correcting a civilian about how to be a addressed is a for sure way to make everyone in the military think you are a douche bag.

Many agreed with Tim.

Alton Stocks wrote “I am a Retired U S Navy Rear Admiral and Board Certified and licensed physician. Several times I have been addressed as “Mister.” Never once did I interrupt or correct the addressee. I believed that would detract from the interaction and demean the other person.”

Robert O’Neill tweeted:

When people ask me, “How should I address you?”… Senior Chief? I say, “No. Rob is fine”

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